Agent: Gilchrist Management
Caroline Kovac has been acting since she was 7 years old; she has just completed the TAFTA 20 week course and is currently living in Los Angeles for the TAFTA 10 Week Intensive. Caroline has been taught by industry professionals, John Orcsik, Danalee Mierowsky, Gael Ballantyne, John Stewart, Simon Orcsik, Tony Bonner, Toni Poli, and Barb Hastings. Caroline has also participated in workshops with Director Colin Budds, Casting Director Thea Mcleod, and has completed the 2013 TAFTA National Actors Intensive, where she audition for industry professionals Faith Martin, Colin Budds, Dave Newman, David Cameron, Fiona Dann, Jan Ross, Bill Hughes, Jet Wilkinson, Alison Telford, Amanda Mitchell, Tom McSweeney, Cath Roden, and Suzie Maizels.
Caroline’s latest credit is the lead, Alma Theede, in an Episode of Deadly Women which will screened on The Foxtel Discovery Channel in 2014. Before this Caroline had been working as a Villager on the Television Series Terra Nova, and was also working on various other short films in 2012. Caroline has also worked with Guy and Harrison Norris on a short film Silent Night in 2011. At age 11 Caroline played the lead for a short which won best junior entry at the Coffs Harbour Film Festival, and was awarded to Caroline by television star Kate Ritchie. Caroline has also been likened to a teenage version the young Twilight Star Mackenzie Foy.
Caroline has also graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Journalism and has interned with Channel 9 (NBN) as a Broadcast Journalist.
Caroline has training in stunt, cheerleading, acrobatic, gymnastic, circus, and dance. Caroline also holds a car licence, is a confident swimmer and a keen surfer.